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Fake police arrest and force woman to deposit cash in latest Canada Revenue scam

Vancouver police say there's a new twist on a Canada Revenue Agency scam they've been warning the public about and the swindle involves being arrested.
Canada faces mounting pressure to end safe third country agreement with U.S.

Canada faces mounting pressure to end safe third country agreement with U.S.

The Canadian government is facing mounting pressure to suspend its Safe Third Country Agreement with the United States amid concerns over child migrants being detained at the U.S.
300 academics urge Trudeau to condemn Israeli violence against Gazans

300 academics urge Trudeau to condemn Israeli violence against Gazans

OTTAWA — About 300 university academics from around the country have signed an open letter calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to keep his word and ensure there is an independent investigation into the Israeli army's use of force against Palesti
Privacy questions linger as new Canada-U.S. terror list sharing kicks in

Privacy questions linger as new Canada-U.S. terror list sharing kicks in

OTTAWA — Canada and the United States have begun sharing information about suspected terrorists under a revamped agreement even though the federal privacy watchdog is still studying the possible risks for Canadians.
Canada's U.S. envoy to brief finance ministers on relations with Washington

Canada's U.S. envoy to brief finance ministers on relations with Washington

OTTAWA — Canada's envoy to Washington will brief finance ministers from across the federation next week on the roller-coaster relationship with the United States.

Two adults and child killed when truck and car collide in British Columbia

CACHE CREEK, B.C. — Two adults and a child have died in a two vehicle collision near Cache Creek, B.C. The RCMP say the accident happened shortly after 11 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of highways 97 and 99 north of Cache Creek.
Canada focusing on existing climate plan, has no current plan to raise targets

Canada focusing on existing climate plan, has no current plan to raise targets

OTTAWA — Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says Canada has no immediate plans to follow Europe's lead and increase its target for cutting emissions.

Lawyer seeking mental tests for former TV journalist accused in bank robberies

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — The lawyer for a former TV journalist accused in several bank robberies says he plans to speak to the Crown about arranging for psychiatric tests to determine his client's mental state.
Father of Quebec City mosque shooter says Crown demonizing his son

Father of Quebec City mosque shooter says Crown demonizing his son

QUEBEC — Prosecutors have demonized Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette and want to put him away for 150 years for political reasons, the killer's father said Thursday at the conclusion of his son's sentencing hearing.
Member of Parliament was abusive, caused confusion at shelter: Red Cross

Member of Parliament was abusive, caused confusion at shelter: Red Cross

WINNIPEG — A member of Parliament is denying an accusation that she caused a disturbance, created confusion and was verbally abusive at an emergency shelter for forest fire evacuees last summer.